Visual C# Web Applications MCAD 70-315

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This series is designed for anyone who's preparing for the MCAD 70-315 exam or who simply wants an introduction to designing Web applications with Visual C# .NET. This series teaches users how to use Visual C# .NET to develop, test, deploy, and configure ASP.NET applications that run on the Internet.

Syllabus

INTRODUCING WEB FORMS

Introduces users to the .NET Framework and shows how to create basic ASP.NET pages for Web applications with Visual Studio .NET.
  • The .NET Framework
  • Web Application Development Tools
  • Classes, Inheritance, and Namespaces
  • ASP.NET
  • Creating an ASP.NET Page
  • ASP.NET Directives
  • Event Handling
  • Event Handling in ASP.NET
  • Separating the Interface from the Logic
  • Creating Web…

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This series is designed for anyone who's preparing for the MCAD 70-315 exam or who simply wants an introduction to designing Web applications with Visual C# .NET. This series teaches users how to use Visual C# .NET to develop, test, deploy, and configure ASP.NET applications that run on the Internet.

Syllabus

INTRODUCING WEB FORMS

Introduces users to the .NET Framework and shows how to create basic ASP.NET pages for Web applications with Visual Studio .NET.
  • The .NET Framework
  • Web Application Development Tools
  • Classes, Inheritance, and Namespaces
  • ASP.NET
  • Creating an ASP.NET Page
  • ASP.NET Directives
  • Event Handling
  • Event Handling in ASP.NET
  • Separating the Interface from the Logic
  • Creating Web Forms
  • Analyzing Web Forms

CONTROLS AND INPUT VALIDATION

Shows users how to add three types of controls to their Web forms - HTML, HTML server, and Web server controls. They learn how to drop controls onto Web forms in the Visual Studio interface, configure properties, and add event handlers and validation controls.
  • Using HTML controls
  • Using HTML server controls
  • HTML server control event handling
  • Using Web server controls
  • Web server control event handling
  • List, Placeholder, and Panel controls
  • Table, AdRotator, and Calendar controls
  • User input validation
  • Validation Web server controls
  • Using cascading style sheets

IMPLEMENTING NAVIGATION FOR THE USER INTERFACE

Introduces users to using state management techniques and implementing navigation for the user interface.
  • Roundtrip and postback
  • The SmartNavigation property
  • ASP.NET instrinsic objects
  • ASP.NET applications
  • Client-side state management
  • Hidden fields and view state
  • Server-side state management
  • Navigation between pages

ERROR HANDLING, USER ASSISTANCE AND ACCESSIBILITY

Shows users how to handle exceptions and create custom exception classes and error pages. Users also learn how to implement user assistance and accessibility guidelines.
  • Understanding exceptions
  • The try and catch blocks
  • The throw and finally statements
  • Custom exceptions
  • Custom error pages
  • Error events
  • Implementing user assistance
  • Embedding help
  • Implementing accessibility features
  • W3C and Section 508 guidelines
  • Making a Web application accessible

DATA BINDING

Teaches users some of the skills involved in making data available on the user interface of a Web application, including data binding, transforming data, and filtering data.
  • Binding data to the user interface
  • Complex data binding
  • Binding to other controls
  • Using the Data Form Wizard
  • Using Server Explorer
  • Filtering data
  • Transforming data
  • The Repeater control
  • The DataList control
  • Editing data

ACCESSING AND MANIPULATING DATA

Introduces users to a variety of ways to manipulate data and to move data from place to place using Visual C# .NET.
  • Working with data
  • The FileStream class
  • Text and binary file data
  • Data providers and their objects
  • SqlConnection and SqlCommand
  • SqlDataReader and SqlDataAdapter
  • DataSet objects
  • Using DataSet objects
  • Strongly typed DataSet objects
  • DataSet objects and multiple tables
  • Finding and sorting data
  • Updating and adding data
  • Deleting data and editing with DataGrid
  • Using XML data
  • The .NET classes for XML
  • Treating XML as relational data

SQL SERVER DATA AND DATA ERRORS

Provides an overview of the T-SQL statements used to work with SQL Server databases, and explains how to create and run ad hoc queries and stored procedures from the Visual Studio .NET IDE and ASP.NET Web applications. It also describes how to handle database and multiuser errors from Web applications.
  • Ad Hoc Queries for SQL Server Data
  • Using osql and the SQL Query Analyzer
  • Using a Visual C# .NET Application
  • The SELECT Statement
  • INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE
  • Stored Procedures in Visual Studio
  • Stored Procedures in ASP.NET
  • Parameters in Stored Procedures
  • Handling Database Errors
  • Multiuser Errors

MANAGING .NET COMPONENTS AND ASSEMBLIES

Introduces the variety of ways in which the user can reuse code within the Visual Studio .NET Framework, including Web user controls and Web custom controls. It also covers how Visual Studio .NET applications are compiled into assemblies, how to open the assembly manifest, and how to generate assemblies with embedded resources.
  • Creating .NET components
  • Using components in Web applications
  • Creating Web user controls
  • Loading Web user controls
  • Composite controls
  • Derived controls
  • Creating controls from scratch
  • Managing .NET assemblies
  • Dynamic, private, and shared assemblies
  • Resource-only and satellite assemblies

WEB SERVICES, GLOBALIZATION AND LEGACY CODE

Shows users how to use Web services in conjunction with the .NET Framework, how to globalize applications created with .NET, and how to migrate legacy code to the .NET Framework.
  • Web services
  • Invoking Web services
  • Creating Web services
  • Discovering Web services
  • Instantiating Web services
  • Localization and globalization
  • Using culture information
  • Encoding and mirroring
  • Accepting non-Latin input
  • Incorporating existing code
  • Using ActiveX controls
  • COM components
  • Using COM components directly
  • Using platform invoke

TESTING AND DEBUGGING WEB APPLICATIONS

Teaches users about various testing techniques available for testing applications, as well as inserting tracing code and debugging applications.
  • Testing
  • Tracing
  • Using the Trace and Debug classes
  • Trace listeners and switches
  • Conditional compilation
  • Debugging and breakpoints
  • Analyzing program state
  • Debugging running and remote processes

DEPLOYING A WEB APPLICATION AND USING SHARED ASSEMBLIES

Explains the process of building Web Setup and Merge Module Projects to deploy Web applications to Web servers. Users will also learn how to create and install shared assemblies and use Web gardens, Web farms, and clusters.
  • Deployment tools
  • Deploying a Web application
  • Creating a Web Setup Project
  • The File System and Registry editors
  • Other editors
  • Shared assemblies
  • Working with assemblies
  • Referencing an assembly
  • Locating an assembly
  • Creating a Merge Module Project
  • Creating installation components
  • Deploying an assembly
  • Reliable deployment

MAINTAINING, SUPPORTING AND CONFIGURING WEB APPLICATIONS

Teaches users how to maintain, support, and configure Web applications.
  • Getting process information
  • Working with event logs
  • Working with performance counters
  • Designing for performance
  • Configuring a Web application
  • The configuration file hierarchy
  • Configuring authentication
  • Passport and forms authentication
  • Implementing impersonation
  • Using role-based authorization
  • Output caching
  • Fragment and data caching
  • Handling session state
  • Configuring user services

PRACTICE EXAM

Provides practice exam questions for the Developing and Implementing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET MCAD 70-315 certification exam.
  • Practice exam

Qualifications

Qualification: Printable Transcript

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Requirements for Entry

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

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Study Hours

This is only an approximate figure and is dependant upon how much time you can dedicate to your studies and how well you grasp the learning concepts in the course material. Furthermore, at the end of each lesson there is a question paper that needs to be completed and returned to your tutor. You should allow at least 1 - 2 hours of study to complete each question paper.

The approximate amount of time required to complete the course is: 40 hrs.

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